auburn art walk

‘Sibling Hearts’ an inspired exhibit

Ann Ranlett and Phil Simpson have shared a lot in life, most importantly a childhood that bounced around the country in typical military family fashion. But since settling in Sacra ...

Auburn artist stands up to domestic violence

In the face of domestic violence, one Auburn artist is taking a stand and using her creative talents. For Auburn resident Annie Hess, making jewelry is more than just a hobby; it& ...

Auburn Art Walk worth the stroll

Thursday is the third Auburn Art Walk of the season. For those unfamiliar with the concept, local artists team up with local businesses and agencies and display their art while peo ...

Tesla: High-performance work of art

When it comes to art, most people think of paintings, ceramics or mixed-media pieces. Aside from car junkies, very few people ever really think of cars as works of art. But that i ...

Art Walk offers something for every palette

Just inside the door of the PlacerArts Studio in Downtown Auburn, several ceramic and metal sculptures sit ready to be viewed. Behind them, vibrant, well-lighted paintings hang in ...

Consider yourself provoked

There is a recurring theme in Marine Baclet’s paintings. Call it resiliency and fragility, call it life and death. She likes to call it “Provoking the Imagination,&rdqu ...

Local sculptor’s work earns spot in international competition

Local sculptor Anthony Maki-Gill has earned a place in a nationally juried ceramic exhibition in Baltimore Md. His work, titled “H1N1” (pictured above) is on display in ...

Reader Input: Walk over and enjoy the art

What a wonderful way to celebrate 20 years of the Auburn Art Walk! On Aug. 8, we enjoyed the art, music, dance, and food along with many others strolling through Auburn. There we ...

Auburn Art Walk hasn’t lost a step in 20 years

If you follow the whole right brain/left brain thinking, where the right side fuels creativity and the left side leans toward numbers and analysis, you have to wonder what would ha ...

Loomis artist Matt Konar takes Best of Show in open juried competition

Matt Konar, of Loomis, won Best of Show for his work entitled "Jesus in Blue Jeans." “I want to extend my thanks to the many folks behind the scenes who make the ...